Hit-and-run leaves Spokane couple without two cars


SPOKANE, Wash. -A hit-and-run collision in East Central Spokane has left a couple carless.

According to Anthony Clark, the crash happened sometime in the middle of the night in the area of N. Magnolia St. and E. Mallon Ave on Oct. 2.

"It's been demolished," said Clark.

Clark's silver Honda was parked on the street when he says a vehicle smashed into the back of it - launching it into the front of his wife's Volvo.

"It ruined the transmission," said Clark.

The suspect vehicle, which Clark says took off, left behind a radiator cooling fan and pieces of a license plate frame and headlight.

Clark describes the suspect vehicle as a 1987-1997 dark blue or navy Mitsubishi Montero or Montero Sport with a missing light blinker. Clark says the front of the vehicle is likely damaged.

If you have any information about this hit-and-run you are encouraged to call Crime Check at 509-456-2233.

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